Here’s why investors shouldn’t sell on the typical hate-Apple-trade headlines

The narrative shaped by the financial media and Wall Street analysts in recent days questioned Apple’s relationship with Alphabet (GOOGL) on Google search, the initial sales of the iPhone 15 in China, and why the tech giant released new Mac computers and personal computer chips so close to earnings. As the most world’s valuable company, Apple has always had a target on its back, with people speculating if this quarter is the beginning of the end.

Apple CEO Tim Cook holds a new iPhone 15 Pro during the Wonderlust event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, on Sept. 12, 2023.

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